If you are including a figure or table in your assessment task that has been taken or copied from another source, this must be referenced.
Any type of illustration other than a table is called a figure. This can include graphs, charts, diagrams, mind-maps, and photographs.
A table contains data, typically numerical or statistical, presented across rows and columns.
Figures and tables should not be presented in colour - use greyscale
From “Therapeutic exercise: From theory to practice” (p. 439), by M. Higgins, 2011, F. A. Davis Company. Copyright 2011 by F. A. Davis Company.
Note: Only the article, book or website in which the graph, image, etc. appears is included in the reference list in the required format for that source.
Figure 1. Charo Espino and her husband, Ángel Muñoz, in the Paco Peña Flamenco Dance Company.
Note. From “Flamenco rhythms drive Peña's troupe”, by K Campbell, 2009 (http://archive.boston.com/ae/theater_arts/articles/2009/10/06/flamenco_rhythms_drive_paco_peas_dance_troupe/). Copyright 2019 by Globe Newspaper Company.
For a webpage, the copyright year and date is usually at the bottom of the page.
For the figure in the PPT slide, the copyright information is at the bottom of the article: © 2009 Globe Newspaper Company. If the copyright information is not available, it can be omitted.
As shown in Figure 1, the wide leg stretch...
... the wide leg stretch ... (see Figure 1).
All figures should be numbered consecutively with numerals in the order they are mentioned in the text. i.e. Figure 1, Figure 2 …